Example: kinetic energy used for psychic abilities and chakra for ninjas and so on. What more forms are there? If a knight(mage/magical knight) were to use his 'superpowers', what form of energy could he intake? There are several humanoid forms of energies that sustain abilities, what could they be..? Telekinesis, cyrokinesis...etc all kinetic energy. Likewise, aren't there more specific energy types, say, like spiritual energy?


closed as too broad by Brythan, Willk, 011358 smell, Gryphon, Ender Look Mar 6 at 19:28

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    $\begingroup$ This is Too Broad and Primarily Opinion-based. To fix TB, focus on a specific power or ability. To fix POB, provide objective criteria by which answers could be evaluated. As is, we could pick any power or ability and argue based on our own opinions that it should be provided by any elemental form we choose. $\endgroup$ – Brythan Mar 6 at 18:29
  • $\begingroup$ Aren't they all just human inventions? Spiritual energy, sexual energy, divine energy, celestial energy etc. You can make up whatever rocks your fiction. $\endgroup$ – Willk Mar 6 at 18:29
  • $\begingroup$ Why would cryokinesis be tied to kinetic energy? It's about moving coldness. Well, according to the linguistic roots of the word - I don't know what cryokinesis does in your world. Which brings me to everything else - there isn't "an energy" one uses with superpowers because superpowers don't exist. Each piece of fiction interprets them differently. If at all. $\endgroup$ – VLAZ Mar 6 at 18:30
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